Edutainment in history

Again, our friend Marc Accetta helps us discover new aspects of edutainment… In this case, a little bit of history…

The Origins of Edutainment… The fact is, long before Mary Poppins began singing, a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down; human cultures were combining education and entertainment to teach what mattered most. Myths have been used throughout the evolution of human culture to teach it’s members the rules of life and what is acceptable behavior within that culture. Parables have been used by prophets to illustrate religious and spiritual tenets, and Fables have been used to demonstrate human value and the validity of moral teachings. Today, edutainment is an effective way to sneak old-fashioned, unstructured children’s play under the noses of adults who may be only just beginning to understand its importance. Professional and non-professional adults alike are quick to jump on the personal development bandwagon in the hope of enriching the experience of life and increasing the opportunity for improving their level of personal achievement. Achievement in all areas of life… physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, social and financial!

What do you think? Can you find more examples of edutainment in history? E

I hope so!

for more…check out Marc Accetta’s blog

Stay tuned…

KIKI

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2 Responses to Edutainment in history

  1. colin cook says:

    Yes, thank you for your interest in Edutainment for Adults and for visiting the marc accetta online blog. Judging by the amount of our material quoted and posted here, it is obvious you like what you found. I thank you once again and remind you that it is customary to provide a contextual link back to the source “each and every time” content is taken from one site and published to another… and am hoping you will fix the credit url’s in the recent posts quoting our material. It is nice to see a blog dedicated to Edutainment… keep up the good work!

    cc… on behalf of the marc accetta online blog.

  2. Questor says:

    Dear Colin Cook:
    Thank you so much for your comment and feedback!
    Sorry for the missing links. Kiki is a our new contributor but she is an excellent writer and really knows how to find the best edutainemnt articles in the net ;). I hadn’t time to fix the links, but thanks for the notice anyways. About the quantity of quoted material, as you see, is because we found Marc Accetta’s blogs as one of the best business-edutainment related blog in the internet.

    Thank you so much for visiting our site. We hope to see you back soon.
    We have added you to our blogroll as a recommend link too.
    Cheers! 🙂
    Questor

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